100 Simple Secrets of Happy People: What Scientists Have Learned and How You Can Use It

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Harper Collins, May 3, 2000 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 204 pages
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Experts have spent their careers investigating what makes people happy. While their methods are sound and their conclusions valuable, the results often remain hidden in obscure scholarly journals. At last, social scientist and psychologist David Niven, Ph. D., has cut through the scientific gobbledygook. After examining over a thousand of the most recent and important scholarly studies into the psychological traits of happy people and uncovering their most promising discoveries into the causes of happiness. Dr. Niven presents 100 easy-to-digest nuggets of advice: ‘Enjoy what you have.’ ‘Believe in Yourself.’ Grounded in science, his approach is fresh, useful, and inspiring.

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今回おおっと思った文→As important as learning how is learning that you know how. (16「Believe in Yourself 」より) Read full review

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原題「幸せな人の100の秘訣」。わたしの幸福の秘訣「Say "So What?"」「Accomplish Something Every Day」「Think in Concrete Terms」「Try to think Less About the People and Things That Bother You」「Little Things Have Big Meanings」「Don't Dwell on Unwinnable Conflicts」(続 Read full review

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About the author (2000)

David Niven, Ph.D., bestselling author of the 100 Simple Secrets series, is a psychologist and social scientist who teaches at Ohio State University.

David Niven, Ph.D., es el autor de los bestsellers internacionales Los 100 Secretos de la Gente Exitosa, y Los 100 Secretos de las Buenas Relaciones. Es psicólogo y científico social, y enseña en la Florida Atlantic University.

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